Striking cinematography immerses you in the gritty browns and greys of late 19th century London: It’s the perfect setting for what is an exciting, rough-and-tumble tale with as much fisticuffs as displays of Holmes’ skillful deduction, as Downey adds a cool swagger to his quirky Holmes, and Law’s reasonable Watson matches him punch for punch. With its busy and brisk script some deeper character development and tantalizing back stories are neglected, but perhaps that’s what sequels are for.
This is probably my favorite Sherlock Holmes, but then again I am partial to anything Guy Ritchie..
haven’t seen any others so I’ve nothing to compare it to.. but I definitely loved it!
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